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Park left littered with broken glass and discarded face masks


WARRINGTON Police are again urging parents to check on the whereabouts of their children following a number of incidents involving anti-social behaviour at Dakota Park, Chapelford, last night.

Officers responded to a number of incidents of Anti-Social Behaviour around the park, which was left littered with broken glass bottles and discarded face masks.
They are appealing to parents to check on the whereabouts of their children and to get them home during the pandemic.
Meanwhile, this weekend Warrington Police have had eight members of Cheshire Police Special Constabulary team on duty across the town responding to ‘jobs’ and being proactive in local neighbourhoods. They have volunteered a total of 136 policing hours as a team over 13 duties!


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